Are you planning a new fish tank or just looking for a new small fish species to add to an existing community? Choosing new fish is super fun, but it can be tough to make the right choice.
Having a problem with Columnaris? This nightmare of a disease can quickly kill your fish if left untreated.
Fortunately, I’m offering you a quick solution on how to cure columanris disease using easy to find products. This technique is an evolution over the 25 years in the hobby that I have had treating various fish diseases.
For as hardy and resilient as goldfish are, these fish can quickly succumb to common diseases readily found in the home aquarium. Unfortunately, goldfish are often bred and stocked in poor conditions, leading to fish at pet stores becoming compromised. This sets the owner up for failure right from the start.
Betta fish are awesome pets that can live for many years if given the right care. Their beautiful fins and spunky personality make them fascinating to watch, and a well-planned aquarium can make a great display feature in your home or office.
Owning a betta fish comes with the responsibility of knowing how to care for them and recognizing signs of health issues. These popular aquarium animals have long, flowing fins that give an eye catching look. However, with these fancy fins, you may come across problems like fin rot or loss which need special attention from owners so your betta can stay healthy and happy. Understanding the difference between these two conditions is important when it comes to managing both types of fin complications. I’ll guide you through the details of both today.
KH, also known as carbonate hardness or buffering capacity, is one of the most important water parameters for maintaining a healthy aquarium. Getting to grips with aquarium water chemistry can be tough though, and terms like pH, GH, and KH often leave beginners scratching their heads.
Can You Eat Goldfish? The quick answer is yes, you can. However, eating your pet goldfish might sound repulsive, but there are some genuine reasons why you should.
The Keyhole Cichlid (Cleithracara maronii) is the most underrated fish in the hobby and also used to be difficult to find. My blog post today is to explain why its such a great fish and very much under the radar. In fact, I didn’t know much about this fish until a few months ago after I published a dwarf cichlid article and YouTube video. I’ll be updating the blog post, but learning more about this fish, it’s a better choice then a ram cichlid with its docile nature and it’s hardiness.
There are plenty of fish with bright colors and complicated patterns, but what if you want something more minimal, like a stripe design? Stripes are a common pattern seen in animals, including both saltwater and freshwater fish. A striped fish can help break up solid colors and shapes, making for an interesting addition to the home aquarium.
Does your betta fish have ich? Fishkeepers all over the world deal with this common illness at one time or another but the good news is that you can save your fish. Ideally, you should always consult a veterinarian or aquarium expert for an accurate diagnosis and advice on a treatment plan. However, vets who specialize in aquarium fish are difficult to find.
Are you ready to take a plunge into the amazing realm of veiltail betta fish? These mesmerizing creatures are famous for their glorious colors and unique fins that billow like a bridal veil. To ensure your Betta fish can thrive, it’s essential to give them proper care and attention. We will help you provide an ideal home environment with this post, which covers the characteristics, behavior, & requirements of these pretty fish!
Are you looking for a unique and easy to care fish to add to your aquarium? The Albino Bristlenose Pleco is the perfect choice! Not only are they beautiful with their albino coloring, but these plecos are also hardy creatures that will provide interesting activity. This blog post gives details about how to care for them, what diet works best, and even provides insight into breeding possibilities. Dive in now and learn everything there is to know about the Albino Bristlenose Pleco!